Tuesday, November 21, 2017
By Europe Contributor, Maria Lucena Gomez. Maria is a dear friend and fellow foodie who lives in Belgium. We bonded in Brussels through our love of food and travel. She's a Venezuelan lawyer who has been living in Belgium...
As you all know by now, I have a soft spot for Brussels.  Unlike its neighbors Paris and Amsterdam, Brussels is a city you have look deeper in order to find the small treasures to make your experience unforgettable. ...
During the holidays, I spent a few days in Brussels visiting friends and researching the local hotel scene. One of the hotels that appealed to me was The Dominican Hotel Brussels. I used to go there quite often for...
A photo essay of the Brussels Christmas Market or as it is known in the city, Plaisirs D'hiver.  Brussels is truly magical this time to the year. I had the privilege to spend the last 72 hours experiencing the...
After listening to the White House Travel Blogger Summit talk about study abroad I felt inspired to write this post and share my experience as a Latina abroad. One of the main items discussed was the lack of diversity...
During my time living in Europe, I spent six years of holiday seasons in Belgium and Germany. I instantly fell in love with how the cities came to life despite the cold. I truly enjoyed how it was all...
Have you thought of a weekend trip to Brussels?  From 2006 to 2012, I lived in this gorgeously underrated city. At first, the city was an acquired taste. I seem to get similar feedback from other travelers passing by...
After 100 days of leaving Belgium, I found my way back to Brussels en route to see my Dutchman for a long weekend. As my previous post show, there are many things I miss about Brussels. On this current...